[found on adulted.about.com]
Me and Tim, Tim and I
- Wrong: Me and Tim are going to a movie tonight.
- Right: Tim and I are going to a movie tonight.
- If you take Tim out of the sentence, “you” are the subject.
- You are going to a movie. When you’re going to a movie, what do you say?
- “I am going to a movie.”
- You wouldn’t say, “Me am going to a movie.”
- When you add Tim, the sentence construction remains the same.
- You’re simply adding Tim, and it’s correct to say the other person’s name first.
- “Tim and I are going to a movie.”